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Attendance Boundary Modification

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2021-22 Proposed Attendance Boundary Modification - Junior High #17

Katy ISD annually reviews its attendance boundaries to ensure the District is adequately addressing its fast growth, as well as student and staff capacity on campuses. Balancing school enrollment across campuses is essential to ensuring that each of our students have access to safe and engaging learning environments.  

Parents and guardians who could potentially be impacted by the Junior High #17 proposed attendance boundary modification (ABM) will be emailed a feedback survey beginning July 28.  The survey will be open until October 13. The preliminary results of the survey will be presented to the Katy ISD Board of Trustees in September, and then again in a follow-up presentation in October. It is anticipated that the ABM for Junior High #17 will be finalized in October 2020.

What is an Attendance Boundary Modification (ABM)?

Attendance Boundary Modifications (ABMs) help the District to manage growth in Katy ISD. As the District enrollment increases, it becomes necessary to adjust boundaries and open new schools. ABMs enable the District to balance student enrollment at each school.

Junior High #17

Where is Junior High #17 located?
The new junior high campus is located in the northwest quadrant of the District. The address is 25737 Clay Rd., Katy, TX 77449

When does Junior High #17 open?
Junior High #17 will open August 2021 for the 2021-22 school year.

What existing campuses will see enrollment relief due to the opening of Junior High #17?
Junior High #17 will provide enrollment relief to Katy Junior High and Stockdick Junior High.

Attendance Boundary Modification for Junior High #17
An ABM will be necessary for the 2021-22 school year due to the addition of approximately 2,500 new students projected to enroll in the District on an annual basis. The proposed ABM is based on a rezoning process that has been successfully implemented by the District over a number of years, and is inclusive of the guidance and recommendations of Population and Survey Analysts (PASA) — the largest demographic firm in Texas. 

2020-21 Current Attendance Boundaries

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled at the campus for the year indicated.  Students and families residing within certain Land Use Zones (LUZs) currently zoned to Katy Junior High and Stockdick Junior High would be impacted by the proposed 2021-22 ABM. 

2021-22 Proposed Attendance Boundary Modification
Junior High #17 opens August 2021 and is located in the northwest quadrant of the District. The address is 25737 Clay Rd., Katy, TX 77449.

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About the map: The numbers displayed in the color blocked attendance zones represent the projected number of students to be enrolled in the campus for the year indicated.  Students and families residing within certain Land Use Zones (LUZ) currently attending Katy Junior High and Stockdick Junior High would be impacted by the proposed 2021-22 ABM. 

Which Land Use Zones (LUZs) would be impacted by the proposed Junior High #17 ABM?

LUZs proposed to be rezoned from Katy Junior High to Junior High #171A
1B
1C
3A
3B
3C
5A
5B
5C
5D
5E
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LUZs proposed to be rezoned from Stockdick Junior High to Junior High #1711A
11D
22B
22E
23A
23B
23C


Where can I locate my LUZ?
You can determine your LUZ  by visiting the Katy ISD Map Viewer.  The Viewer shows current  (2020-21) LUZs .  This Map Viewer will be updated with the 2021-22 LUZs in January 2021.

Should you have additional questions related to your Land Use Zone, please contact:

ABM@katyisd.org
(281) 396-2110


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